15-Minute Webinar Series
Engaging Youth in Language & Literacy
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How many training hours are offered at Virtual Convention?
There are 8 training hours offered.
Is VC approved for clock hours and/or CEU's?
No, but at training certificate offered for those who attend all workshops and complete the convention evaluation.
How do I get my training certificate?
At the end of the convention you will be emailed a link to an evaluation. Once you've completed the evaluation a certificate will be emailed to you.
Do I have to attend all workshops in order to obtain my training certificate at the end of Virtual Convention?
Yes. They are all pre-recorded and available for the duration of the convention making it more convenient for you to make time for all workshops
Thursday, September 29, 1:00 EST | Presented by FMA
Effective budgeting is one of the key ways to ensure that your afterschool program is using your resources in the most strategic way and that your organization is financially sustainable into the future.
This webinar will:
This webinar is for Executive-level members only.
Registration is now closed.
During the summer of 2015, The National Afterschool Association (NAA) conducted an online survey to learn more about program practices and practitioners' understanding, implementation and needs around social and emotional learning. In partnership with the American Institutes for Research (AIR), NAA analyzed the results of the survey and developed three calls to action for field leaders, funders, policymakers and other to better support the development of SEL competencies. Click here for the findings and recommendations.
Want to order multiple copies of NAA resources for your staff or for a professional development or another event? Looking to stock your resource library? Ever tried to print several copies on your small HP OfficeJet printer and run out of ink?
Our members have spoken and in response to community requests for a print solution we have partnered with mimeo.com to provide the NAA Resource Print Center – your one-stop shop for bulk printing of NAA Resources. Online ordering is easy – just click here or on the button below to browse or search resources, enter the quantity needed, add the documents to your cart, and then finish checkout. Resources will be shipped to you within a couple of days depending on selected shipping speed.
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June 22-26, 2020
The International Learning Exchange (ILE) was established in 2015 to create an educational opportunity for National AfterSchool Association members to gain innovative knowledge that will elevate the field of afterschool. Past destinations included Scotland, Rome, Finland, Dublin and London.
Participants have had an opportunity to engage with leaders from the Departments of Education and participated in panel discussions with practitioners and professional development experts to discuss key similarities and differences with the US education systems. In addition to educational opportunities, attendees enjoyed an immersive experience of each destination.
NAA is proud to announce the International Learning Exchange 2020 will take place in Berlin, Germany. Attendees will have an opportunity to engage with German afterschool leaders and participate in panel discussions with practitioners and professional development experts to discuss key similarities and differences with the U.S. and German education systems. In addition, attendees will enjoy a visit to the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, East Side Gallery, Sanssouci Palace and the DDR Museum, to name a few.
As the nation's leader in afterschool professional development, NAA is proud to bring this opportunity to members, funders and national partners.
ILE Includes: 4 night hotel stay • Meals and ground transportation to all ILE events • Roundtable and panel discussion with some of Germany’s finest in education and youth development • Networking breakfasts and keynote speakers • Guided walking/panoramic tour of Berlin, a visit to the East Side Gallery and entrance to the Sanssouci Palace and the DDR Museum.
ILE is an Executive member benefit. Click here to join/upgrade.
Scholarships are not available.
Check out some photos of past ILEs to Scotland, Rome, Finland, Dublin and London!
To be considered for review, all proposals must be fully completed and submitted, by October 17, 2016 including:
NAA17 offers three presentation formats:
All presentations must fall within one learning strand (that best fits your content). Strands align with NAA's Core Knowledge and Competencies for Afterschool and Youth Professionals.
We offer four strands with suggested sub-topics, though each strand is not limited to the sub-topics included.
1. Developing High Quality and Innovative Programs (NAA Core Knowledge Competencies 1, 2, 3). Subtopics include (but are not limited to):
2. Youth Engagement (NAA Core Knowledge Competencies 4, 5, 6). Subtopics include (but are not limited to):
3. Healthy Eating, Physical Activity (HEPA), Community and Family Engagement (NAA Core Knowledge Competencies 7, 8). Subtopics include (but are not limited to):
4. Program and Professional Development (NAA Core Knowledge Competencies 9, 10). Subtopics include (but are not limited to):
All presentations must identify the content level to align with participant knowledge and training needed to fully participate in the session. Aligned to NAA's Core Knowledge Competencies, we have three levels to choose from:
Content Level (select one):
Contact Presentation Managers Erin Leonard and Jill Poppe at Presenters@naaweb.org.
We look forward to reading your proposal!
Summer is a popular time for back-to-school planning. From professional development and curriculum planning to supply purchasing and equipment upgrades, there's a lot for afterschool professionals to consider.
That's why we reached out to our Advocate Member Partners and asked them to submit one of their favorite offerings for Afterschool programs. We hope it proves helpful in making 2016-2017 your best school year ever!